Cenuamankusa and Laksma (3). Of these Timma, with thv
help of his brother Cennainanku^a vanquished the B^rld and
the king of Punmapura (Burlianpur) and obtained the title r?:
Jagadeva ,4). Tliut JagadSva of cfood character, r»:lei tiiw
country with great PT«-;WOSS -X5). To hiin -were ben* Pcda Jfcga-
deva. Immacli Jagadeva, Phiiia Jagadeva anrl A:ikv>~udr£ («,*',.
Inmiadi Jagtidevaraya, the most ^ailik/j o: the brothers, killed
Mrtynjakhau (ilurtuzit Khan), ChrakliSu a:*d the cruvl
Jsurikhan. de&troymg1 theb eiitire lollowiug (7;. Fiiriiifi% htf
caused the anointment to mlershii* of Aliya Raraa, Tkura&la?
^riranga and Tira Venkataraa.
PonnatSri. Authaja Kavi : ytbtanjfwZpa («7*r^. Orient. JU>/. Z*"^,,
R. No. 60T-A), Cantc :, pp.
206(a). VENKATA II ASD HIS XOBLES.
When king Venkatapatideya Maharayalu being seated on
the Jewelled- throne was ruling from Penugonda, and when
Krsnamaraju of the Xandyala family was ruling at Ghandikota,
the Matla chief, EUamaraju of the Coda family oi the Solar
race, who was a partisan of the aforesaid Veiikatapati Rayalu,
fought with Xandyala Krsnaniaruju at Jambulamadaka. took
him prisoner but offered him protection.
When .Kondraju Tirapatiraju was rnling at
vatana, Matla Ellarnaraju fought against Lim at the battle of
Utukuru, in the Cittiveli talTika, defeated him and annexed
When the country fell into a state of ruin after the
MuRsalmans destroyed Vijayanagara City, king Venkata-
patiraya granted lattls to ryots and set up inscriptions to that
effect in the several villages of Kamalapuram tcttfika. These
inscriptions range in date from S* S. I&2B to 1531,